Project Server 2007 and 2010: Roundup of the week

If you are interested in 2010 then the Product Group blog has a brand new article from Bonny on user controlled scheduling. This covers the ability to turn of the scheduling engine for selected tasks (task type changed from automatically scheduled to manually scheduled) and also introduces the new Task Inspector – which is Task…


A Very Special Day for Microsoft!

In case you hadn’t noticed this is a very special day for Microsoft.  Yes, Project 2010 is featured on the Office 2010 blog at http://blogs.technet.com/office2010/archive/2009/10/22/introducing-project-2010.aspx! Oh, and we launched Windows 7 too…


SharePoint 2010: What does it do for Project? Some good ULS log enhancements.

With the 2010 release Project Server now requires SharePoint Server 2010 Enterprise (what we might previously thought of as MOSS) rather than just SharePoint Foundation (previously WSS).  This gives us access to all the features such as Excel Services for reporting, but also such things as PerformancePoint Services for Business Intelligence.  But as well as…


SharePoint 2010 – Read all about it!

If like me you didn’t get along to the SharePoint Conference in Las Vegas, then you can find out plenty about the new version on the SharePoint blog at http://blogs.msdn.com/sharepoint/archive/2009/10/19/sharepoint-2010.aspx.  Also announced today at the conference was the availability of the Beta of Office and SharePoint 2010 (and of course Project 2010 and Project Server…


Project Server 2007: Running SSRS add-in for SharePoint without breaking your cube build

This is an issue that has been around for a while – the different versions of the SQL components between the SSRS add-in for SharePoint and the Analysis Services requirements for cube building caused a catch-22.  Thanks to Bart for finding a resolution to this – install the Management Objects Collection component of the SQL…